Adam Tompkins Joins Poole College Communications Team
Adam Tompkins has joined the NC State University Poole College of Management’s marketing and media relations team as content development specialist for NC State Executive Education and the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative (SCRC), both based in Poole College.
In this new role, Tompkins is developing and managing marketing communications and creative content for both organizations. This includes print, digital and web-based channels.
“Poole College’s active engagement with industry supports our efforts to provide students with practical, applied learning experiences that enable them to see the direct correlation between their contributions and the company’s performance. Adam will be helping to tell that story,” said Richard Warr, Poole College’s interim associate dean for faculty and academic affairs and professor of finance.
Tompkins comes to the college with significant prior marketing and communications experience. After completing a marketing internship with Oxford University Press, he was a business and marketing instructor for the Wake County Public School System for three years and a freelance digital marketer and writer.
He then worked at Duke University, providing a wide range of communications services, including writing for newsletters, websites, social media and brand awareness campaigns, as well as alumni engagement programs.
His new role brings Tompkins back to his alma mater; he received his bachelor’s degree from NC State in 2013, in business administration with a concentration in marketing.
About NC State Executive Education
NC State Executive Education taps the expertise of faculty in Poole College’s centers and initiatives and throughout the university, along with industry experts, to develop and deliver programs that meet targeted needs of business and industry in today’s VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous) environment, bringing value through applied learning in a collaborative framework.
The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative works with partner companies to develop and present programs, resources, research and thought leadership to the supply chain and logistics industry. Since its founding in 2000, more than 2,200 Poole College of Management students, most in the NC State Jenkins MBA program, have completed over 630 research projects. This experience contributes to the 98 percent placement rate for Jenkins MBA graduates in supply chain related positions.